Fire Detectors, CO Sensors & Other Home Safety Products In Cincinnati
Tying your Cincinnati fire alarms to a security system gives a lot of advantages over basic smoke alarms. After all, the quicker you find and respond to an environmental hazard the longer you have to get your loved ones where it’s safe.
Cincinnati Fire Alarms Work Harder Than Simple Smoke Alarms
Including fire alarms with your security system makes it easier to deal with a fire hazard in your house. Standard smoke alarms only alert you to an emergency when they are overcome with smoke. However, your Cincinnati fire alarms with ADT monitoring can sense the presence of heat and smoke. The detector can warn your loved ones of a fire threat more quickly, which allows you to get to safety sooner. Your ADT monitoring system can also instantly alert emergency personnel -- whether you’re home or not.
Get Monitored Detection For Other Emergencies
If you're upgrading your Cincinnati fire alarms, you can add other emergency monitoring to your alarm system:
Water and Carbon Monoxide Sensors: Prepare your home for other possible emergencies in Cincinnati. Carbon monoxide (CO) has been called “the silent killer” and is nearly impossible to sense unless you have a CO monitor. Water sensors can warn you about water that’s leaking before your basement floods. Your detectors in Cincinnati are ADT monitored to send out notifications or call the proper authorities.
Temperature Detectors: A stand-alone temperature sensor helps keep certain areas at specific temperatures to avoid emergencies. For instance, put sensors around plumbing areas in the winter months to avoid frozen pipes due to temperature changes around your home. You can also check the precise current temperature in your home with your ADT Control app.
Medical Emergency Systems: If you or a family member has a medical condition that requires continuous monitoring, you might want to consider adding an alert system that integrates with your ADT monitored security system. Emergency button keychains and fall down monitors can be essential if a medical emergency happens in your home and the phone is far away.
Redundant Monitoring Is The Key To Cincinnati Fire Alarms
ADT monitoring centers are protected so that your home is still safe in the event that a station had an emergency. If your property’s monitoring station goes down due to a power outage, fire, or flood, the next available station will still immediately answer your alerts. Rest easy in the knowledge that your home is backed by a live professional around the clock.
Call Now For Your Cincinnati Monitored Fire Alarms
To talk to a security system professional about your fire and protection needs, call (513) 230-7397 or fill out the form below. After a quick discussion and a free estimate, you can schedule your installation. You can even book a same-day or next-day appointment for most locations.